Shake Shack has recently launched its first-ever food truck in the West Coast, which will be roaming the streets of Los Angeles throughout the Labor Day Weekend. The American fast-food chain began in 2001 as a regular hot dog cart inside Madison Square Park, New York, and only expanded outside of New York by June 2010 as it went down south to Miami Beach.
Along with shelling out quick burger fixes, residents may also book out the truck for private events for the duration of the roll-out. You can spot the truck at certain stops such as The Comedy Store, MadCap Motel, The Drive-In at Santa Monica Airport with Rooftop Cinema Club, Unique Market, The Brig and more. Aside from the regular menu, new summer offerings are up for grabs such as the Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich, Hot Honey Fries and Summerades.
For more information on the West Coast Shack Truck in Los Angeles, head over to Shake Shack’s website and look out for the truck which will roam around till September 6.
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